The Great Lakes Internatioinal Air Show is less than a month away. Hugh Shields, Chief Executive Officer of the show, says preparations are nearly complete. He adds that there will be lots of new highlights this year.
Shields adds that the Snowbirds will start the show, which is very exciting for them. Money raised form the event goes to multiple charities, including St.Thomas Elgin General Hospital Foundation and St. John Ambulance. Shields expects crowds upwards of 20,000 people to attend the event. Advance tickets can be purchased online at greatlakesinternationalairshow.ca $20. for adults and $15. for youth and seniors.